Below is a selection of notable incidents reported to the Wayzata Police Department between Sept. 4 and Sept. 8. Not intended to be a comprehensive log of activity.
A 49-year-old woman from Tonka Bay was arrested and booked Sept. 8 for third-degree DWI following an 11:30 p.m. traffic stop on Broadway Avenue South. An officer observed the vehicle making a wide turn and improper lane use, and the woman's blood alcohol level field tested at .09.
Theft of a paint sprayer from a construction site was reported from a construction site on the 1600 block of Locust Hill Terrace on Sept. 7. Value of the equipment is estimated at $3,000.
A family who had been on vacation during mid-August returned home to discover the theft of jewelry and other items from their home on the 900 block of Shady Lane East. The theft was reported Sept. 6. Loss estimates are undetermined.
A dishonored check in the amount of $161 was issued for license tabs Sept. 4 at the moto vehicle office on Rice Street. The case has been referred for prosecution.
Police report a juvenile from Plymouth was observed stealing two McDonalds signs Sept. 4 from the restaurant on Wayzata Boulevard East. An identification was made, and the signs were returned. No charges were filed.
A Raleigh bicycle missing since mid-July was reported missing Sept. 4 from a home on Gleason Lake Road. Value of the bike is estimated at $150.
A license plate was reported stolen from a car parked near the yacht club Sept. 4.